Yoma Launches New Website
Liverpool-based digital agency Yoma is pleased to announce the launch of its new website: www.yoma.co.uk.
The new site comes on the back of fantastic growth over the last two years, which has seen Yoma launch eCommerce sites for brands including beauty giant Soap and Glory, jeweller David M. Robinson, and Matalan sportswear venture SportingPro.
Yoma is one of the UK’s leading eCommerce and digital marketing agencies. The new website represents an exciting time for Yoma and has been built to respond to the growing demand for the company’s services. The fully responsive website is designed to look fantastic on all devices. The intuitive layout is user-focused and is centred on Yoma’s philosophy of simple and functional design.
Ian Fredson, Commercial Director, said:
“We are delighted to launch our new website. The feedback we have had from our clients has been terrific.
“The new site represents Yoma’s core values of professionalism, expertise and simplicity. Our idea was to make people feel like they are having a conversation with us when they visit the site, and that’s exactly what we have achieved.
“It’s been a tough few years for small businesses, but Yoma has shown it is possible to survive if you plan for the changing digital landscape. Our new site is part of that process.
“Because our business is helping other businesses, particularly retailers, I think our success shows that other companies in the UK are beginning to turn a corner, which is a positive sign for the economy. It’s also great that a lot of Yoma’s clients are based in Merseyside because it shows the local economy is doing well too.”
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Yoma was established in 2006 in Liverpool, and has offices in London and Dublin.
We employ 40 members of staff in the head office, which is based in the Matchworks in South Liverpool.
Yoma is a Magento Silver partner and has worked on over 80 Magento eCommerce projects since 2009.
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